December 14, 2012 Evil Reigned but 26 Angels Triumphed!
Hudson Valley, New York (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
New York State licensed psychologist, certified forensic consultant & iPredator Inc. founder, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli, announces his availability to American parents throughout the holidays, at no cost, for phone consultation and email exchange. In light of the Connecticut school shooting and contacts from parents with children experiencing negative effects, Dr. Nuccitelli is available 24/7/365 to offer his expertise until January 1, 2013.
As America mourns this travesty, children across the nation are experiencing anxiety, fear & distress. Dr. Nuccitelli has personally spoken with parents via phone & email regarding their children experiencing a trauma response. Children who have been exposed to the constant media coverage of the shooting are exhibiting feelings of fear and trepidation.
To help parents help their children, Dr. Nuccitelli has created & made available for download, at no cost, his “Connecticut School Shooting Trauma Prevention Parenting Tips” article. Reformatted from his 9/11 trauma prevention parenting tips list from 2001, Dr. Nuccitelli hopes his article helps parents reduce their child’s chances of suffering a trauma response.
The tips article applies to children from K-12 and should be amended accordingly based on their developmentally maturity. Most importantly, if a parent does determine that their child is experiencing a trauma response, they should not feel embarrassed and seek professional help immediately. Dr. Nuccitelli’s parenting tips article can be viewed, printed out or downloaded in PDF format at no cost or requiring personal information at iPredator Inc.’s Internet Safety website or clicking this highlighted link: Parent Trauma Tips.
To download or print, scroll down to the base of the web page and click on the green print/pdf button. As stated, interested parties are not required to sign up, join or provide personal information.
To reach Dr. Nuccitelli, his contact phone number is (347) 871-2416 or through the Contact Us page at their website. Parents seeking his assistance are not required to have previously read his article, but recommended for expedience. As illustrated in his article, parents should seek professional help if their child exhibits any of the following signs or symptoms after the Connecticut school shooting date of 12/14/12.
A. Your child has trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, early morning awakening or nightmares.
B. Your child has difficulty paying attention to scholastic responsibilities. .
C. Your child has difficulty getting along with family or friends or becoming less social.
D. Your child has an increase or decrease in their appetite.
E. Your child has sudden angry outbursts and other emotional episodes.
F. Your child avoids people, places and things that remind them of the Connecticut tragedy.
G. Your child appears nervous, worried or startled easily.
H. Your child appears sad, depressed or hopeless.
I. There is an increase in behavioral problems at school or drop in grades.
J. Your child exhibits a reduction in holiday activity participation.
K. There is a decrease in time spent with friends and loved ones.
Stated by Dr. Nuccitelli, “It’s bad enough kids are being exposed daily to the Connecticut shooting. To make matters worse, they are now being introduced to news of criminals setting up felonious Facebook profiles, seeking donations for the victim’s families and then pocketing the cash. Now who is more evil? Adam Lanza or the criminals using the Connecticut shooting as their sales pitch?”
About iPredator Inc.:
Dr. Michael Nuccitelli is a New York State licensed psychologist and certified forensic consultant. Recognized by the American College of Forensic Examiners, Dr. Nuccitelli is the author of a new technological predator construct called iPredator. Under his theory, cyberbullies, cybercriminals and the severely disturbed are just a few of the typologies included that victimize others in cyberspace. Also included in his theory is how our Information Age society has drastically changed, becoming more isolated and disconnected leading to a paradigm shift in violence, crime and deviance.
iPredator Inc.’s goal is to reduce victimization, theft and disparagement from ICT assailants. Dr. Nuccitelli is honored to have Robert O’Block, founder of the American College of Forensic Examiners International to publicly voice his organization’s support. In June 2012, they launched their Internet Safety Education & Technological Predator Investigation website offering site visitors an enormous amount of free information.
Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D., C.F.C.
NYS Licensed Psychologist
Ph: (347) 871-2416